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July 20, 2018
vintage train rich

Does Your Train of Thoughts Work Like The Rich?

What makes rich people different from the middle-class? Is there a difference in the thinking process of the wealthy and people like me who take themselves as middle-class? I find this idea, pretty interesting, which is why I decided to share it with my readers. The idea alone made me […]
June 30, 2018
Debt

The Habits of Debt-Less People

The battle with debt and credit issues can be fierce, and you might take comfort in the fact that you’re not the only one who is going through this rough patch of life or financial experience. Well, there are a lot of countries in the world that would give anything […]
June 28, 2018
Retirement Money Fear

6 Steps to Overcome Our Top Retirement Money Fear

The idea of having no money or running out of it in retirement is a major cause of keeping a plethora of people wide awake at night. According to a study by the AICPA, it’s recognized as the No. 1 concern among clients of CPA financial planners. Over half of […]
June 20, 2018
Save Money

Convincing Your Better Half to Save Money As One

First of all, congratulations, if the idea of saving money for the future has knocked at your door. There aren’t many people like you. Interest rates are steeping low, and consumerism has taken a place in the heart of Americans as their favorite pastime. Chances are your partner or spouse […]
June 15, 2018
Tax Errors

8 Tax Errors Generation-X Make

Managing receipts and claiming deductions are considered boring by almost everyone — least of whom Generation X, who may be the first-timers when it comes to filing taxes or experiencing alterations in their finances. Though mistakes might sometimes be inevitable, it’s not a reasonable defense in case the tax department […]
June 8, 2018
Control Spending

Is It Possible to Control Spending Without a Budget?

Yes, of course, it is. The spending holds a tag that makes this everyday task, the one which should be handled consciously. This means we should always keep track of our money. Most of the people prepare a budget to track down their spending. But, this practice doesn’t work for […]
May 25, 2018
Medical Bills

Preventing Surprise Medical Bills from Shredding Your Finances

Americans believe in having quality health care, which is why they continue sharply towards the latest advancement in the medical field. But sometimes, these quality health care services come at a steep (unexpected) price. In accordance with the Consumer Reports, the person to person health care cost in the US […]